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Firmware Update for TDBT SuperC NVMe M.2 SSD Enclosure

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The firmware updates below are for TDBT SuperC M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Enclosure only. TDBT is not responsible for damages or data loss as a result of other than intended use. The latest firmware improved compatibility with 2TB/1920GB M.2 SSDs, fixed overheating issues on certain motherboard chipsets, fixed disconnecting issues on large transfers. Firmware update requirements: Please update firmware on Windows 8 or Windows 10 PC Please remove the SSD before connecting SuperC to your computer Before firmware updating: Check your current firmware version in Windows Device Manager.  Right-click the Windows Start button in the bottom left, click on 'Device Manager'....

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How to solve Samsung 970 EVO plus M.2 NVMe SSD not work with Mac

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We have several different branded SSDs to test TDBT's products performance. When we were testing Samsung 970 EVO plus M.2 NVMe SSD which installed inside SuperC or our new model Thunderbolt 3 enclosure with MacBook Pro, we found that it doesn't work with Mac, the failure behaviors may as below: Can't recognized by Disk Utility Recognized by Disk Utility, but can't erase the disk, it caused Disk Utility freeze After formatting the SSD, it may disconnect from Mac when copying files If you also have Samsung 970 EVO plus M.2 NVMe SSD and want to make it work with Mac(MacBook...

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TDBT SuperC file copy speed test

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TDBT SuperC will be on sale soon today, we did quick testing to show the actual file copy speed, you can check the whole testing in below video: Testing equipment: MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2018) TDBT SuperC M.2 SSD enclosure 256GB Samsung SM961 M.2 NVMe SSD Testing file size: 42.44GB single video file Copying 42.44GB file took 41 seconds, the average speed is 1035MB/s. Note: For TLC SSD, the rate will drop when internal cache run out. If you prefer to keep fast speed all through, we recommend using MLC SSD.

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Welcome to TDBT.io

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In 2016, Apple announced new MacBook Pro with the next generation I/O interface-Thunderbolt 3. We genuinely believe Thunderbolt 3 will unify the different shapes of the hardware interface between different devices. In 2019, we started TDBT brand. What is TDBT? TDBT is an abbreviation for THUNDERBOLT, which means super fast speed. All TDBT branded product will provide high-performance products at a reasonable price.  If you have a particular demand for USB-C or Thunderbolt products, we also provide customized products to meet your requirements, please submit your request here.

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